Efforts to bring Lake Nighthorse water to the thirsty begin

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Efforts to bring Lake Nighthorse water to the thirsty begin

Pipeline to bid; construction on horizon
Tom Brossia, Lake Durango Water Authority board member, and Mardi A. Gebhardt, La Plata West Water Authority board member, stand at Lake Durango on Wednesday discussing the long process to get a pipeline underway that will supply water from Lake Nighthorse to Lake Durango. The pipeline has gone to bid and construction should start this spring.
A pipeline that will carry water from Lake Nighthorse to Lake Durango has gone to bid, with construction due to start this spring. The project will add to reserves in Lake Durango, which is currently supplied only by a waterway from the La Plata River.

Efforts to bring Lake Nighthorse water to the thirsty begin

Tom Brossia, Lake Durango Water Authority board member, and Mardi A. Gebhardt, La Plata West Water Authority board member, stand at Lake Durango on Wednesday discussing the long process to get a pipeline underway that will supply water from Lake Nighthorse to Lake Durango. The pipeline has gone to bid and construction should start this spring.
A pipeline that will carry water from Lake Nighthorse to Lake Durango has gone to bid, with construction due to start this spring. The project will add to reserves in Lake Durango, which is currently supplied only by a waterway from the La Plata River.
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